Motorcycle accidents in Arizona can leave you with severe injuries and high losses. Protecting your rights and claim can help you secure compensation for these expenses. So, what can you do to protect your rights after a motorcycle accident?
You may want to document the scene of your accident, keep records of your losses, seek immediate medical care, and hire a Phoenix motorcycle accident lawyer. An attorney from our team at Zanes Law can inform you of your rights and protect you.
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You can start protecting your rights immediately after a collision by documenting the scene of your motorcycle accident. Ensure you do not immediately leave the scene so you can collect evidence if possible.
We understand that the severity of your injuries can influence your steps after a collision. If possible, we recommend that you:
It’s essential that you record as many details as possible at the scene of your motorcycle wreck. You can use your phone or a camera to get pictures of:
Photographic evidence can support your story about what happened during the accident, protecting you from claims that you caused the collision or that it never happened.
You can protect yourself by getting contact and insurance information from anyone involved in your accident. We also recommend that you speak with witnesses and get their names and contact information.
Witnesses may back up your story, helping you secure damages for all your losses.
Your memory about what happened in your accident may fade, especially if you sustained injuries. Therefore, we recommend that you immediately write down some notes about what happened.
You can make a more detailed account of the motorcycle accident based on your recollections after you leave the scene and receive treatment for your injuries.
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Contacting law enforcement after a motorcycle accident in Arizona can serve to protect your rights. Police officers can come out to the scene of your collision, review what happened, and file an official report.
The report serves as evidence that the collision happened and details all involved parties. Police officers may also include information about what they believe caused the accident, which can protect you in some cases.
Furthermore, leaving the scene of a motorcycle wreck without contacting the police can lead to hit-and-run charges in some cases. Your lawyer may acquire a copy of your police report while building your claim.
Motorcycle accidents frequently result in severe injuries, especially for individuals riding on the motorcycle. These riders have limited protection, meaning they can easily end up with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), broken bones, and internal injuries.
Many individuals recognize the necessity of seeking medical care to get on the road to recovery. However, going to the doctor for a medical evaluation can assist you in other ways by protecting your rights.
Getting an official diagnosis from a medical professional establishes the full extent of your injuries and confirms they happened when you say they did. These official documents can support your claim and protect you from insurance agents.
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It’s essential to keep any documentation you receive about your motorcycle collision to protect your rights. For example, your lawyer may recommend that you keep:
Keeping these documents can support the full extent of your losses. Your lawyer may utilize all these records when building your claim, negotiating with insurance agents, and protecting your rights.
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You don’t have to protect your rights after a motorcycle accident without help. You can turn to our team at Zanes Law immediately after your collision to secure professional assistance in building a claim and seeking damages.
Lawyers protect you by taking over all communication with insurance agents. Your attorney can review any requests by insurance representatives and advise you on the best way to handle statements or requests for recorded answers to their questions.
Attorneys also review settlement offers made by insurance agents to determine if they adequately cover your losses. Signing a settlement can prevent you from seeking additional damage, so it’s essential to have a lawyer review these documents.
What can you do to protect your rights after a motorcycle accident? You may contact the police, report the accident, take pictures of the accident scene, seek medical care, and hire a lawyer. Our team at Zanes Law can begin offering you personalized advice today.
We understand how motorcycle accidents are different from car accidents, and we’re ready to help you. Complete our online contact form or call us to start the legal process.
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